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Fedora 24 Alpha Lands March 29 with GNOME 3.20, Beta & Final Builds Not Affected

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Earlier today, March 23, 2016, Fedora's Program Manager Jan Kurik announced that the Alpha build of the upcoming Fedora 24 Linux operating system has been approved for landing and will arrive next Tuesday, March 29.

The decision was taken during the second Fedora 24 Alpha Go/No-Go meeting that took place on March 23, where Fedora's QA, Release Engineering and Development teams all agreed to go live with the Fedora 24 Alpha on March 29.

"Fedora 24 Alpha will be publicly available on March 29, 2016. The official release time has been agreed on F24 Alpha Readiness meeting to be 14:00 UTC," said Jan Kurik, Fedora program manager at Red Hat in today's announcement.

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